You will instantly fall in love with this delicious recipe for soft, fluffy, and secretly healthy protein muffins! New recipe to help our customers eat well and build strength.
500g orange or purple sweet potato
120ml maple syrup
250g almond butter
140g coconut flour
60g protein powder (your preferred flavour)
1 tablespoon baking powder
3 teaspoons baking soda
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon ground turmeric
1/2 lemon juice to dissolve the baking powder / soda
It is again one of the simple recipes, easy to follow. You don’t need to be a chef. These ingredients will give you 6-8 muffins (depends on your tray) OR can give 18-20 mini muffins. You can use baking paper for a smooth transition from the baking tray.
Preheat the oven to 165C
Grate 200g of the raw sweet potato and chop, boil and mash the rest.
Wish the eggs, maple syrup. Slowly incorporate the mash potato, sliced banana, almond butter.
Add 50g of the grated sweet potato and mix well.
Dissolve the baking powder and the baking soda in the lemon juice, then add to the mixture.
Add the cinnamon, turmeric and salt.
Add the coconut flour and the protein powder and combine well.
Spoon the mixture in the baking tray and top with grated potato and peptic seeds.
Bake for approx. 20-30 min. Try with a skewer to check if ready.
Say goodbye to those guilty feelings and hello to heavenly bites of oven-baked goodness. With our Protein Muffins, you don’t have to sacrifice taste to enjoy a sweet treat. It is no surprise that maple syrup is a high-calorie foods always use in moderation. Real maple syrup is a plant-based product, and like many plant-based foods it is rich in antioxidants.